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Missing Person - Nicole Rybka

Missing Person – Nicole Rybka

File # 22867 Prince Albert Police Service is asking the public for their assistance locating 34-year-old Nicole Rybka. Nicole was reported missing to police by family on July 18, 2018 and was last seen by family members in Prince Albert on July 13, 2018. Nicole is described as 5’9, medium length brown hair, brown eyes and glasses. If you have seen Nicole or know where she is, please contact the Prince Albert Police Service at 306-953-4222. ...

Suspicious death confirmed as homicide

Suspicious death confirmed as homicide

An autopsy conducted yesterday, July 16th, 2018, confirmed 42 year old Jordan Ballantyne’s death to be homicide. Investigators from the Criminal Investigation Division continue to canvass the area for witnesses and video surveillance. Ballantyne was located in a yard near the intersection of 6th Ave and 20th St East on Friday evening, July 13th,  just after 9 pm. Anyone who may have witnessed an altercation or persons in that area between 7 pm and 9 pm on Friday July 13th is asked to contact poli ...

Update to Suspicious Death July 13, 2018

Update to Suspicious Death July 13, 2018

An autopsy conducted yesterday, July 16th, 2018, confirmed 42 year old Jordan Ballantyne’s death to be homicide. Investigators from the Criminal Investigation Division continue to canvass the area for witnesses and video surveillance. Ballantyne was located in a yard near the intersection of 6th Ave and 20th St East on Friday evening, July 13th,  just after 9 pm. Anyone who may have witnessed an altercation or persons in that area between 7 pm and 9 pm on Friday July 13th is asked to contact police (30 ...

Sweetgrass Kennedy Update - body recovered

Sweetgrass Kennedy Update – body recovered

On July 14, 2018, at 5:05 p.m. Melfort RCMP received a report of human remains discovered along the North Saskatchewan riverbank near James Smith Cree Nation. Evidence collected at the scene by the RCMP was sent to Saskatoon for examination by a forensic pathologist and forensic anthropologist. The Office of the Chief Coroner has confirmed the identity of the remains as Sweetgrass Kennedy. Over the past two months an exhaustive search for the four year old youth was conducted by the local community and ...

Prince Albert River Runners launches for another year

Prince Albert River Runners launches for another year

The Prince Albert River Runners launched today on their annual canoe trip. The three-day, two-night voyage begins on the North Saskatchewan River at Fort Carlton and ends in Prince Albert. The program involves around 20 youth between the ages of 13-18 who are partnered with adult chaperones including several members of the Prince Albert Police Service. The trip includes mentorship and hands-on learning and team-building for the youth. For more information on the Prince Albert River Runners Program v ...

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